Contemporary Drug Problems
Aims and Scope
Contemporary Drug Problems is a scholarly journal that publishes peer-reviewed social science research on alcohol and other psychoactive drugs, licit and illicit. The journal’s orientation is multidisciplinary and international; it is open to any research paper that contributes to social, cultural, historical or epidemiological knowledge and theory concerning drug use and related problems. While Contemporary Drug Problems publishes all types of social science research on alcohol and other drugs, it recognizes that innovative or challenging research can sometimes struggle to find a suitable outlet. The journal therefore particularly welcomes original studies for which publication options are limited, including historical research, qualitative studies, and policy and legal analyses. In terms of readership, Contemporary Drug Problems serves a burgeoning constituency of social researchers as well as policy makers and practitioners working in health, welfare, social services, public policy, criminal justice and law enforcement.
Publication Information and Frequency
Published by Federal Legal Publications, Inc., 390A Heritage Hills, Somers,
NY 10589. Issued quarterly in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Copyright
© 2010 by Federal Legal Publications, Inc., with all rights reserved. No
portion of the contents may be reproduced in any form without the written
permission of the Publisher.
Key title Contemporary drug problems